Hi, I’m 20 yo, I’m student of telecommunications and networks. After 6 years of tennis and 3 years of handball, I started mountain bike 4 years ago. I practice freeride and downhill and dirt jumping all these years. I like to ride with my friends, take good time to shape new lines, shoot videos and photos. I ride in the east and south of France.
I don’t have a competition’s spirit, I like to have good time behind my bar, ride smooth … I worked in Decathlon like bike mechanic/seller. I often draw, tattoo, technical drawing like part of bike, car… I especially like rock and electro music like Foo fighter, Steel Panthers, Calvin Harris… but I’m open to all styles.
- 2012: Winner of Cedric GRACIA game by Probikeshop
- 2014: 4th at the natural Vosges VTT pumptrack
My accomplishments are always the same: have a good time, shape jumps more and more bigger, always progression. And shape many new freeride’s and dirt’s lines.
I don’t have a greatest achievement, to me the best moments are the sessions full engaged with my friends at bike park or our spots, when you ride with a huge smile!
The major difficulty in mountain biking is regularity because you can’t have a good level one day and the other day ride with a bad level because you haven’t feeling.
I have a big smile when I pass a big line, new trick, or make a run very smooth, big whip …., and I like the speed, but the performance isn’t important while you have a smile when you ride.
In my garden or in bicross line when I would ride on small bike and in our home spot when I take my big bike.
I don’t give up, when I test a new experience, I test until it’s ok. Or when I ride my big bike I work on my cleanliness in my run.
In fact my biggest problems in competition aren’t to hold my run because I don’t have a good stamina on a big downhill like 2 3 km; and not trust in my level.
I don’t think I have fans ^^. It’s not my purpose for the moment. My sport is a passion, not an obsession.
I don’t give piece of advice but I give my point of view depending on the situation but the most important advice is “open the brakes“.
More practice on small bike to pass many news tricks, and always photos and videos; and maybe a contract sponsoring if the opportunity arises :)
A small hike (one hour) for those who want to test the quad bike and discover St Pée’s surroundings with the panoramic points of view on the coast and the Basque nature and its valleys. Our runways adapted to the practice will allow you to live a moment strong in sensation!!!
Weak ones made uneven, small technical zones secured for those who want it, approximately 15 km, single or two-seater, accessible to all.